Sri Lanka Captain Dasun Shanaka | Sri Lanka Captain Dasun Shanaka took two wickets in an over against India in the 2nd ODI IND vs SL ODI
Manish Pandey returned to the pavilion after being run out.  |  Photo Credits: AP
- India vs Sri Lanka 2nd ODI
- Sri Lanka scored 276
- Shanaka did wonders in bowling
Colombo: Sri Lanka and India met in the second match of the three-match ODI series on Tuesday. Sri Lanka won the toss and elected to bat and scored 275 for the loss of 9 wickets. Charit Aslanka (65), Avishka Fernando (50) and Chamika Karunaratne (44 not out) batted brilliantly for the hosts. At the same time, when India’s batting came, the Sri Lankan bowlers gave their team a good start by taking three wickets. However, there came a time when things did not work out with the bowlers, then Sri Lankan captain Dasun Shanaka had to take the lead himself.
Shanaka made the condition crisp in one over
India’s three wickets fell in the second ODI for a total of just 65. Shikhar Dhawan made 29, Prithvi Shaw made 13 and Ishan Kishan scored 1. After this Manish Pandey (37) along with Suryakumar Yadav (53) took the Indian innings forward in a brilliant manner. This partnership was constantly increasing the concern of the Sri Lankan captain. Manish and Suryakumar put on a 50-run partnership for the fourth wicket, while Shanaka himself stopped the ball. He bowled the 18th over and spoiled the condition of the Indian team.
Captain Shanaka took two big wickets
Dasun Shanaka made India’s two big batsmen – Manish Pandey and Hardik Pandya their victims in the 18th over. He sent Manish to the pavilion on the second ball of the over and Hardik Pandya on the last ball. The luck of Pandey, who was batting tight, did not favor and he was run out at the non-strike end. He scored 37 runs in 31 balls. Pandey hit three fours. At the same time, after Pandey’s departure, Hardik lost the wicket at zero to bat. He caught de Silva at short mid-wicket. As soon as these two batsmen were dismissed, India’s score was 116 for 5 wickets. Suddenly the match was seen slipping from India’s hands, but with the brilliant innings of Deepka Chahar (69 not out) at number eight, India won the match by 3 wickets.
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